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Chapter 1, Problem 14SA
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Biology: The Unity and Diversity o...

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STARR
ISBN: 9780357093795

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Biology: The Unity and Diversity o...

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ISBN: 9780357093795

Textbook Problem

Which of the following statements can be falsified?

  1. a. Some of the fish in Lake Michigan are brown.
  2. b. None of the fish in Lake Michigan are brown.
  3. c. All of the fish in Lake Michigan are brown.

Summary Introduction

Introduction:

Hypothesis is the testable explanation of some observable data for a natural phenomenon. The testable hypothesis can be inductive or deductive reasoning. If the observation comes to any conclusion, the hypothesis follows inductive reasoning; if the observation describes a prediction, the hypothesis follows a reductive reasoning. A particular statement, theory, experiment, or hypothesis can be concluded as false according to the logical view or observational view.

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